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Flowrox Launches Filter Press & Ceramic Disc Filters

Release date 12/19/2018

After announcing the latest acquisition of Swedish filtration technology company NovaTek, Flowrox has now launched Flowrox Filter Press and Flowrox Ceramic Disc Filter. These products significantly strengthen the Flowrox product range in the solid/liquid separation.

Flowrox Filter Press (FP) is developed together with filter operators and is well appreciated especially among leading global metal production companies. Flowrox FP presents fully automatic operation, high quality, superb performance and high availability.

Flowrox Ceramic Disc (CD) Filter requires low investment and delivers clear filtrate with dry cake. Compared to conventional vacuum filters, it consumes approximately 90 % less energy. Flowrox CD filter operates continuously with high capacity and is cost-efficient solution for many concentrator and tailings processes.

Flowrox aims to deliver complete filtration solutions to maximize production, reduce downtime and lower
total costs. Team of experienced Flowrox professionals provide the whole package of services starting with detailed analysis of process, filtration testing, equipment selection and sizing according to the test results and practical experience. The aim is to optimize filtration performance. Flowrox offers close cooperation and full support at delivery, installation, start-up, operation and maintenance. Thereafter: complete service through the entire filter life cycle.

For more information:
Matti Luoma, Commercial Business Manager, Filters, Flowrox Oy, +358 40 079 8140, matti.luoma @ flowrox.com

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